Bank of Osceola (NRIS 87001352)

Address: 207 E. Hale St., Osceola, AR. County/parish: Mississippi.

1 contributing building.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places August 06, 1987.

Part of Osceola MRA (NRIS 64000029).

From Wikipedia:

Bank of Osceola
The Bank of Osceola is a historic bank building at 207 East Hale Street in Osceola, Arkansas. It is a two story brick structure, built in 1909 during Osceola's major building boom. Decorative brick and stone elements on its facade include a cornice band between the two floors, with a scalloped effect. This band once included panels said to depict the Native American chief Osceola; these are now on a building at the local high school. The building housed a bank and grocery store when opened, with law and real estate offices above. The decorative elements inside include elaborate woodwork and mosaic tile floors. (read more...)


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